Majeed Ashimeru, a midfielder for the Black Stars, has donated to the Maamobi General Hospital in Accra in honor of his
On October 10, 2021, the Anderlecht star turned 24, and as part of his celebrations, he covered some of the patients’ hospital costs and gave to the maternity department.
Ashimeru, who is in Zimbabwe with the Black Stars for the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, shared images of his charitable activity on Twitter.
With the help of my family and close friends, we were able to pay some bills and gift some items to the Mamobi Polyclinic’s maternity department to commemorate my 24th birthday. “Thank you everybody for your continued prayers and support,” the 24-year-old added.
To mark my 24th birthday and with the support of my family and close friends, we were privileged to pay some bills as well as donate some items to the maternity ward of the Mamobi Polyclinic
Thanks to everyone for the support and continuous prayers 🙏🏼#Maker pic.twitter.com/x6vQADZkZm
— Majeed Ashimeru🇬🇭🇬🇭🇬🇭 (@MajeedAshimeru) October 11, 2021
Majeed Ashimeru is well-known for his philanthropic efforts, having previously donated to the Maamobi Police Station and to persons living on the streets in Belgium.
The Anderlecht player is in Harare with the Black Stars team for the second leg of the World Cup qualifier against Zimbabwe.
In the first leg win in Cape Coast, where Mohammed Kudus, Thomas Partey, and Andre Ayew all scored, the attacking midfielder went unnoticed.
After missing out on the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Black Stars are aiming for another appearance.